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Solstice Swasti Print 2

Solstice Swasti Print 2

This is one of two Equanamy369 extrapolation's from a common Swasti pattern. Hand-drawn and hand- screenprinted in the same size. More info to come. Up on the Etsy soon.  

Chiya Dinus! – Harmonium improv album

Chiya Dinus! – Harmonium improv album

' Time-Pass On Broken harmonium'  by Chiya Dinus ,is a stuttering, drifting collection of improvised Harmonium pieces, recorded around Buddhanilkantha, Nepal over the past 3 years by myself and Yusha. 'Chiya Dinus' is Nepalese for 'Give me Tea', which is the most...

The Solstice Swasti Print 1 –  First New EQ369 design of 2019

The Solstice Swasti Print 1 – First New EQ369 design of 2019

Ive been exploring the endless potential of swastika based patterns for about 4 years now. with just pencil and paper. Having spent mot of the past 12 years in buddhist or Hindu countries , where the Swastika is on most doors and vehicles for good luck, ,...

EQ369 Patch One – Screen-printing my take on ancient symbols

EQ369 Patch One – Screen-printing my take on ancient symbols

These are the first patches i made with the Krudos family, using another hand-drawn Equanamy design, incorporating the ancient & sacred Swastika & Trishul symbols of Hinduism & Buddhism. These Symbols are revered by billions of people today , including...

EQ369 Logo Design For Yog Sadhana Nepal

EQ369 Logo Design For Yog Sadhana Nepal

Yog Sadhana Mandala, from a hand-drawn pattern. Kathmandu 2018. Visit the YogSadhana Website for more info on Yoga & Art Classes and events in Kathmandu. Sticker Design. one of many colours. Equanamy Mandala high above Narayanthan Road in Hattigauda,  Kathmandu,...

Khaal Bhumi Project

Khaal Bhumi Project

A selection of pics from the KhaalBhumi Project. See previous post for more info

KhaalBhumi at RAW exhibition

KhaalBhumi at RAW exhibition

KhaalBhumi Project by QueenEnigmaaa & EQ369 KhaalBhumi is an audio-visual project by myself and Yusha, capturing and re-interpreting moments that we've stumbled across on our travels and in our daily missions around Kathmandu and beyond. Including...